Im not going to make any predicitions on this cause really right now I cant say where it will go. My speculation forecast isnt out of the woods but looking dim as she never slowed down, also the strong ridge to the N hasnt weakend as much as the NHC forecasted. Anyways that was a speculation forecast. If I was though between the current Hurricane watch area,,,I would really get started now on the current path shes in cause she hasnt slowed to make the N turn. All the models, NHC and Mets expect a bend towards that area. They might want to extend the current watches up to the Florida line cause Hurricane force winds could exceed 80miles near landfall if its near Biloxi. scottsvb
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